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's right to an equal education, or every brother who challenges the law that keeps his sister from owning property, or opening a business, or every husband, who not only promises that the cycle of domestic violence can stop with him, but who proves it. i see that courage. i see that hope in every woman on this stage, and you will learn that in a moment. in a testimony of the four honorees who cannot be here today because of the repression and the intimidation that still festers around the world. i see how much work we still have to do and so do you. one of the awardees is in hiding, another is in prison. 5 we present a fourth award for a brave woman whose life was brazenly stolen by brutal violence. their cause is our cause. women's issues, as we know, are more than just women's issues. they are family issues. they are economic issues. they are security issues. they are justice issues. they matter to all of us men, as well as women, boys as well as girls, those who live in free countries, as well as those who don't. that is why, including with the work of secretary clinton, and ambassador
pretty good, man. what's next on the show? >> the commonwealth is preparing to repeal a 136-year-old law that makes it illegal for unmarried virginian couples to live together. >> jon: damn you, south. do not make me [bleep] on you. so you're saying virginia's not really for lovers? next you'll tell me michigan's not for bringing lemonade and condoms to someone who turns out to be nbc's... we'll apologize tomorrow. i guess we'll find out when virginia passed that law in tonight's episode of "19th century news." hello, everybody. my most he's teemed viewers, 'tis i your humble host. my guest tonight florence nightingale. she's written a new book on something called antiseptics and their role in fighting deadly infections on the irish. first the 1800s people. first, a brief word from our sponsor. when it's friday night and you don't have to be anywhere 'til tuesday. anyway, our top story tonight, virginia has banned living in sin. no longer shall unmarried men and women terrorize our good state with their privates behind closed doors relationship. in technology news there's a brand new lab
coastline. eric? >> medically, stay safe -- medically, stay safe. >> inby bin's son-in-law, took credit for killing 3,000 americans on 9/11 and now he is getting the same rights as an american. question mark. chances are, you're not made of money, so don't overpay for motorcycle insurance. geico, see how much you could save. >> a not guilty plea and a whole lot of rage as bin laden's son-in-law makes his way to a u.s. court not far from ground zero. david lee miller has the latest. under. reporter: suleman abu ghaith pled not guilty to a charge of conspiracy to kill americans. this is the first time he appeared in a u.s. courtroom. there was a great deal of security, at least ten court officers by my count. his hand were cuffed behind his back. the prosecutor says that he was brought to the united states exactly one week ago, but did not release further details of his capture. according to widely circulated reports he has been living in iran since 2002. recently he fled to turkey. he was arrested there. the turks were in the process of deporting him to kuwait but while being transported
practiced law, i didn't measure every client who came through the door to say, now, do i agree with every position my client is taking? of course not. the belief is that in our system of justice, both sides deserve a voice in the courtroom, and both sides, doing their best, give justice an opportunity. well, that's what caitlin halligan did as the solicitor general for the state of new york. now, listen to this. one of the arguments being made against her was she argued a position as solicitor general that favored using article 3 courts for the prosecution of terrorists. article 3 courts are the ordinary criminal courts of the land under our constitution. she argued that position. many republicans take an opposite position that anyone accused of terrorism should be tried in a military tribunal, not an ordinary criminal court. they've held that position, they argue that position, they get red in the face saying that's the only way to take care of terrorists. the relate city that since 9/11, president bush, as well as president obama, have had a choice between prosecuting terrorists in arti
for "early start." >> "starting point" starts now. >>> welcome, everybody. today, osama bin laden's son-in-law caught and brought to new york under a shroud of secrecy. what happens next? >>> and details on how a lion killed a young woman. that wild animal wasn't where it belonged. former president clinton urging the supreme court to overturn a law he signed when he was in the white house. >> holy dow! we are counting down to a key report about jobs now less than two hours away. >> forget the right to bear arms. one small american town is about to make it mandatory. a gun for every house and every family. >>> plus, a first look at hollywood's risky bet on a brand new "wizard of oz." is the yellow brick road paved with box office gold? >> and talk about this morning the mom who found her 7-year-old daughter's diet list. we'll chat with dara-lynn weiss. we had a her here talking about her daughter's struggle with obesity. tommy davidson, actor and comedian, joins us. and abbie cornish joins us later. it's friday, march 8. "starting point" begins now. >>> welcome, everybody. our "starting point"
with former first lady barbara bush. that is your 5@5:00. >>> in just a few hours from now the son-in-law of osama bin laden allegedly a top member of al qaeda will appear in a yonew york city courtroom on terror charges. there is outrage in washington someone so closely connected to the events of 9-11 is being treated like a common criminal. we more on this story. >>> attorney general eric holder is saying the rays of osama bin laden's son-in-law proves that no amount of distance or time will weaken our resolve to bring america's enemies to justice. the u.s. attorney for the southern district of new york says this man has been working against the united states for 13 years. and we now know the ingenls community tracked them through out the mid eels for years before picking him up in jordan. >> the history is somebody that has been active and engaged in al qaeda. as spent some time in iran the southern part of iran and planning during facilitation during al qaeda business. >> they hahe has been brought t united states for trial since he was an enemy combatant and someone from al qaeda's i
against the defense of marriage act which he signed into law in 1996. the legislation defines marriage as between a man and a woman. now clinton wants the supreme court to declare it unconstitutional. in an opinion piece to "the washington post," clinton questions if the act goes against the principles of freedom, equality and justice. he writes "as a president who signed the act into law, i have come to believe that the defense of marriage act is contrary to those principles and in fact incompatible with our constitution." >>> residents along the northeast still battling the latest blast of winter weather. you could see it in dan lothian's live shot lots of wind, from new york to new england, snow expected to turn to rain as temperatures rise before clearing out tomorrow. wind gusts of up to 40 miles per hour also likely. meteorologist samantha mohr joins us now. parts of massachusetts and connecticut have had more than a foot of snow. any relief in sight? >> it will be a long day in boston, don. heavy snow is reported at this hour with the north winds close to 20 so it's blowing that
of livermore. no incidences for the nimitz. >> in world news. osama bin laden's son-in- law, who is also known as an al qaeda spokesman, has been captured and brought to the united states. today he will appear in court on federal conspiracy charges. ed payne has the story. osama bin laden's son-in- law has been captured and is in the united states. sulaiman abu ghaith is being held in new york -- he is expected to appear in court friday to face federal charges. u-s congressman spokesman says abu ghaith was captured within the past week in jordan the treasury department describes abu ghaith as "the official spokesman of al qaeda" since the nine- eleven attacks. some say they should be using a guantanamo bay facility. to gather information, some people want justice. >> there has been no justice for the families. these people take politics with the trials of these men. >> north korea is keeping up the rhetoric. they now say they're canceling a hotline and a nonaggression pact with rival south korea. north korea's arm for dealing with cross-border affairs with seoul, says it will r
're right they're going to pass a budget that puts into law these new lower spending levels. thank goodness. this prop began campaign is only going to intensify. i think you're right you made the case this has backfired on the president. you're right. but if this goes on week after week, these are pretty trivial cuts, $50 billion out of $3.7 trillion budget, but my point is, neil, as this -- as the summer months come around and people say, my goodness, i can't visit mount rushmoore, yellowston national park, that's going to cause a lot of blowback and see whether the american people -- who they plame, whether they blame congress or the executive branch. >> neil: we'll see. steve, a pleasure. congratulations for your incredible -- >> neil: bringing a bunch of republicans out for dinner -- the president picked up the tab -- he fears the president blasts run runs before tv cameras for the budget mess while the foodfest might make him puke. he didn't say spike but unsettling. >> very unsettling. >> neil: what do you think this all leads to, this food detente? >> i hope it leads to legitimate di
in the buildup to try to avoid these, you know, spending changes that he signed into law and there's a real question, given those numbers, chris, about whether people are starting to doubt him. they're starting to doubt whether they're getting the straight scoop. >> you got it. and the real fight is just beginning now, which is over the continuing resolution to fund the government. the current one expires on the 27th of march and that's the real bite that's coming. will the president have more or less credibility in that fight after his sequester scare stuff? i would say less. >> megyn: we'll watch it and see how the polling goes. chris, thank you. >> you bet. >> megyn: in addition to the new numberses fox news poll find that americans had it with high gas prices and with the washington spending. the prices at the pump topping the list of voter gripes, 84% say that they are fed up with high gas prices. 81%, that's actually number two, say the growing deficit is frustrating. while nearly as many are fed up with too much government spending and for that matter with gridlock in washington. the
, though. it's about the law. so when we asked the president, can you kill americans on american soil with your drone strikes, which is part of the military, it it should be an easy answer. >> it's a pretty direct question, it's a question i've been asking all morning, it's a question i've been asking for a month and a half. >> and tonight, senator rand paul is declaring victory, now, we spoke with him a short time ago. senator, nice to see you, sir. >> good to be with you. >> well, today the attorney general of the united states wrote you a letter and says in part it's come to my attention that you've now asked an additional question he, does the president have the authority to weaponize drone noncombat kill an american on american soil. the answer to the that question is no. >> apparently it was sent to the media outlets and announced on tv and calling my office do we have a letter from the house because we've been waiting for this, to try to determine whether or not to let the brennan nomination go forward. >> do you have a question whether it was snarky because it says it's come t
's it for us. thanks for watching. "early start" begins now. >>> caught. osama bin laden's son-in-law, an al qaeda mouthpiece, now in u.s. custody. you will not believe where he was hiding. >> the dow's history-making winning streak continues as the focus flips to jobs now in the key report. is your situation getting any better. >>> sloshing your way to work. a windy, snowy, disgusting mess hanging over the northeast right now. this is the winter storm that will not go away. >> sell it, berman. >>> it's not a right to bear arms. it is a requirement. the town that wants everyone to own a gun. good morning. welcome to "early start." thanks for being with us. i'm zoraida sambolin. >> and i'm john berman. it is friday, march 8th. 5:00 a.m. in the east. we'll start with a major very many in had the war on terror. sending shockwaves from manhattan to capitol hill to the middle east. osama bin laden's son-in-law captured and in u.s. custody and in just hours, abu ghaith will be in new york. more on how we caught him and the controversy surrounding this court appearance. susan candiotti is here. >>
measure's guns. would they love them too much. bulls. ridiculous laws pop up around the united states. whether it be a seven round limit going into the gun three day waiting period. other things called the narc laws. if you don't tell on somebody else in your office place that has a gun you yourself can be fired. these are these crazy laws. this is one more step to try to limit the use of gun control in this country. >> also the idea of this law, too. is to send a message. the message is that people that purchase ammunition has something wrong with. they they are angry and need therapy. >> therapy. if you use the same rationale that they are going to use with gun control to other things in life. like when you turn 16, more than likely you are going to get a speeding ticket at some point in your life. put you in defensive driving school and put you saturdays. 21 get your first drink or buy your first bottle of wine. might become alcoholic. put new alcoholic's anonymous. considering that cardiovascular disease is the number one. when you go to buy your first stick of butter weight loss
: what is your background? >> at american university, i teach a combination of business law and actually don't really teach in the way international law courses and public international law. i am a visiting fellow at the hoover institution in california, nonresident senior fellow at the brookings institution in washington d.c. and in those areas, most international security, this book, i am proud to say was published by the institution press, and i have a background that is schizophrenic, i have a background in finance and business and tax law and that sort of stuff. earlier in my career i was a long time non-profit lawyer and that sort of stuff, and general counsel to the george soros foundation and the open society. i have drifted to the right i have to say some what. before that i was the director of the human rights watch arms division in new york. i have another career in on profits of but also sort of the long background in transactional business practices a lot of which involve development and finance and international development issues and one of the things i enjoy it was the ch
we go now. a busy friday morning and a fox news alert this morning. usama bin laden's son-in-law will appear in a new york city courtroom. reports that he arrived here more than a week ago. it did not go public until now. how would the administration handle his case? a lot lot of questions out there as we start here. i'm bill hemmer. welcome to a friday edition of "america's newsroom". martha: quite a story to wake up to this friday morning in new york city. good morning, bill. i'm martha maccallum. the justice department says sulaiman abu ghaith was a close associate of usama bin laden. advocate of the 9/11 attacks and a prominent al qaeda spokesman especially in the days that followed. he is son-in-law of usama bin laden. bill: david lee miller outside the courthouse in lower manhattan. how did he end up here in new york? >> reporter: well, it is an interesting route that he took. for him it was an unexpected one. we should point out, bill, he will not just be in a new york city courtroom in about one hour's time, it is a courtroom about, less than one mile from the site of the
anew. the captured son-in-law of osama bin laden today pleaded not guilty to trying to murder us americans and he did it blocks away from the spot -- well, from ground zero. how did we catch him and why isn't he at guantanamo bay? >> the lowest jobless rate in four years lifting the dow again. we're in record territory again. are investors getting ahead of themselves? the next time somebody says everything is awful, tell them, no, it's not. and a tsa agent fails to detect a fake bomb in a federal agent's pants even after a patdown. watch out for the shampoo. it's all ahead, unless breaking news changes everything on studio b. >> but first from fox, at 3:00 in new york city, bin laden's son-in-law step into a federal courthouse blocks from ground zero and pleaded not guilty to trying to kill americans. details remain sketchy on the arrest of the former al qaeda spokesman. us officials say they picked him up in jordan and that only happened after officials in turkey caught him and then released him without any charges. according to his indictment he is accused of serving alongside
to uphold or strike down the voting rights act of 1965. it's the most important civil rights law of the modern era, which is why the words you're about to hear may live on forever. our report from our justice correspondent, pete williams. >> reporter: just look, the court's liberal member said, at where most voter discrimination lawsuits come from, areas in 16 states covered by the law. >> you can say maybe this district shouldn't be covered, maybe this one should be covered. the formula seems to be working pretty well in terms of going after the actual violations on the ground and who is committing them. >> and why would we vote in favor of a county whose record is the epitome of what caused the passage of this law to start with. >> reporter: but the court's conservatives told solicitor general don verrilli that congress didn't look at the most up to date evidence when it last renewed the law in 2006. >> do you know which state has the worst ratio of white voter turnout to african-american voter turnout? >> i do not. >> massachusetts. >> do you know what has the best, where afri
suggests that states with more gun control laws have fewer gun-related deaths. researchers at boston's children's hospital found in states with the most gun control laws there was a 42% lower gun death rate than states with the least number of laws. now, the study's lead author is among the doctor's calling for tougher gun legislation, and a senate committee will begin discussing gun control laws today, and former congresswoman gabrielle giffords brought her fight back to tucson wednesday. she and her husband made their first public appearance at the grocery store where jared loughner opened fire two years ago. she was wounded. six others were killed. she urged senators to support tougher gun control laws. >> be bold. be courageous. please support background checks. thank you very much. >> giffords and kelly recently founded a group aimed at stopping gun violence. >>> on the "cbs moneywatch" now a big reward for yahoo!'s ceo. and facebook's news >>> asian stocks were mostly gets a new look today. erica ferrari is here in new york with that and more. good mornin
! okay. well, as we told you, south dakota has become the first state to enact a law allowing teachers to carry guns in schools. we've been asking us to share your thoughts on the controversial move. many responses pouring in today. ken says he thinks it's fine if the teachers are carefully screened and trained. and sharon says if it protect the school. not every viewer agrees. why can't with we use the retired police officers and thank you for for sharing. kelly wright and jamie colby standing by with more in new york. don't miss tomorrow's fox news sunday with chris wallace's interview with paul ryan. make it a great day, everybody. everybody. >> fox news alert, we're getting a look at the incredible damage from a massive storm that slammed a large part of the united states. this is video from plum island imassachusetts, houses ripped right off their foundations with strong waves pulling furniture right out into the sea. and this is new video of the island that we're looking at right now. you can see the devastation as demolition crews are now on the scene trying to do a recovery op
but extends the law with new protections for victims of rape and domestic abuse. the bill which first authorized in 1994 now offers programs to native americans, members of the lgbt community and undocumented immigrants. in signing the legislation the president dedicated the moment to those who have suffered and survived abuse. >> most of all, though, this is your day. this is a day of the advocates. the day of the survivors. this is your victory. because this is a country where everybody should be able to pursue their own measure of happiness and live their lives free from fear, no matter who you are. no matter who you love. that's got to be our priority. that's what today's about. >> meanwhile former president bill clinton is calling on the supreme court to overturn the defense of marriage act. or doma. a piece of legislation he signed into law 17 years ago which denies the federal recognition of same-sex marriages. in an op-ed for the "washington post," president clinton writes, we are still a young country. and many of our landmark civil rights decisions are fresh enough that the
-3 to send john brennan's nomination to the full senate. earlier that nomination had a snag a lot of law americas wanted answers about the obama administration policy on drone strikes including against american citizens. republicans may hold up that nomination at the white house refuses to give details on its actions following the terror attack. >>> is the white house playing politics with the american tradition because of sequestration? some law americas say yes after the white house canceled all tours effective march 9th. a prerecorded message blame staffing cuts for the sequestration. not everyone is buying it. >> is it a political tactic? probably. i also think the public is ready for something different than i am awe tour petty political tactics. >> this comes as any families have tours for spring break. >> speaking of sequestration it did not prevent the tsa from spending 50 million on new uniforms. sequester cuts created long lines they were making a multi-million dollar deal with image wear. the uniforms will partly be made in mexico not the united states because that's where the
be is that whitey brought the fbi the nation's top law enforcement to its knees. he harnessed the power of the fbi on his behalf and that is what gave him his rise to power and his longevity and no one else in this underworld has that claim to fame so to speak. that is his historic marker that we should never forget because he compromised the fbi for so many years. it's a subject and a topic we went deep on and check for 20 years which whitey had his so called holy alliance with the fbi we refer to as the black mass years and we have taken those and in the new book whitey we have put them in the larger context, the full arc of his long life and getting into the project to finance the research for the past year or so got away we were astonished by how much new material and information we were able to uncover and work with in trying to put together the long life of whitey taking a look at the making of the monster, the house and the body of whitey. these are things when you read him you are going to be reading about whether it is tracing the family, the history of the family backed off your land for
developing coast to coast, out west, colorado lawmakers are considering a major overhaul to existing gun laws. in the northeast, a late season storm is bringing two feet of snow and massive flooding to areas already hit hard this year. and overseas, world's 1.2 billion catholics begin the formal process of elect ago new leader. we're live in rome on the latest with the election of a new pope. >> hello, everybody. i'm uma pemmaraju live in washington. well, with the country locked in a debate over gun control, the spotlight is on colorado this afternoon after intense lobbying in a marathon session a sweeping gun control package has advanced in that state's legislature that. has some wondering, what ever the outcome in colorado, will other states follow suit? dominic is following the story out west. dominic? >> hey there. it took 12 whole hours in this debate that went late into the night to send sweeping legislation through colorado's democrat-led senate. not every proposal got through. shear what did. first of all, universal background checks to include gun purchases between private parties a
. the philosophy of the rule, which is adopted in the law, is that institutions that are being supported, defended, encouraged by corporate policy, namely-- encouraged by public policy, namely commercial banks, who do have i think a general consent of some activities and their functioning that is essential to the operation of the economy, if they do have that kind of public support, which certainly now looks much more apparent than you would have thought 10 or 20 years ago. a direct way of reducing financial costs and continuity. it should not be expending their energy and their risks on proprietary trading and doing it for the benefit of the stockholder, perhaps. hopefully, it should not be supported by public policy. that view is, i think, widespread in europe. looking at the same subject, they came up with a somewhat different approach but philosophically it is grounded in the same thing. in principle, it is adopted by the british government. they separate out not just proprietary trading, but all trading. all of their activities you loosely associate, away from the core commercial bank. keep i
president bill clinton has had a change of heart about a marriage bill that he signed into law. let's take a live look outside, this is one accrete. isn't shaping up to be a decent day out there. mom, i invited justin over for lunch. good. no, not good. he's a vegetarian and he's going to be here in 20 minutes! [ mom ] don't stress. we can figure this out. ♪ [ male announcer ] get the speed to make a great first impression. call today to get u-verse high speed internet for as little as $14.95 a month for 12 months with a one-year price guarantee. this is delicious. ♪ [ male announcer ] save the day in an instant. at&t. ♪ [ female announcer ] it balances you... [ water crashing ] fills you with energy... and it gives you what you are looking for to live a more natural life. in a convenient two bar pack. this is nature valley... delicious granola bars made with the best ingredients in nature. nature valley. nature at its most delicious. in a rare move president bill clinton changed his mind about a lot that he approved. clinton says he has had a change of heart. >> in a rare move
: well, jan brewer did was take the language from the federal law and apply it to her state. that's really all she did. >> i don't know if she is who you're talking about, but last word. >> let's just say we have a positive agenda rather than constantly appearing to be reactionary when we're not. >> sean: guys, good to see you. governor, a rare appearance, get you up here. good to see you, clint. >> thanks, sean. >> sean: that's all the time we have this evening. and thank you for being with us, let not your heart be troubled. greta is next to go on the record. see you here tomorrow night. greta, take it away. >> greta: tonight, president obama says he's not a dictator. but rush limbaugh says the commander-in-chief left something out. what is it? >> barack obama is not interested in compromise, bipartisanship, getting along. >> i am not a dictator, i'm the president. >> the only thing obama cares about and the only thing he's ever cared about is no opposition. >> i am not a dictator, i'm the president. >> every time i hear him say he's not a dictator, he doesn't complete the state
that would occur. we have within the united states the ability to use our law enforcement capacity. >> sean: no intention? hard to imagine. why can't he just say no? now, senator ted cruz was so baffled by holder's comments and contradictions he pressed the attorney general even further. watch this. >> do you have a legal judgment on whether it would be constitutional to kill a u.s. citizen on u.s. soil in those circumstances? >> a person who has engaged in the way that this person sitting at the cafe, not doing anything imminently, the use of lethal force would not be appropriate, would not be something that-- >> i find it remarkable that you still will not give an opinion on the constitutionality. let me who have onto the next topic because we've gone round and round. >> let me be clear, i thought i was saying no, all right? no. >> sean: wait a minute, what exactly is the attorney general's position on this matter? first he says it's hard to imagine a situation where drones would be used in the u.s., then he says, such an action would be inappropriate and then he sort of implies it would
300 points for the week. a gain of about 2.2%. osama bin laden's son-in-law stood in an american court today and pleaded not guilty to conspiring to kill americans. sulaiman abu ghaith appeared in new york federal court just blocks away from where the twin towers fell. after all of these years, how did the c.i.a. finally catch him? for that we turn to senior correspondent john miller, former assistant director of the f.b.i. john? >> reporter: scott, sulaiman abu ghaith was one of a number of key aides and family members of osama bin laden who spent most of the last decade living in iran largely under house arrest. weeks ago, abu ghaith managed to get out of iran and cross the border into turkey. the c.i.a.'s bin laden group was able to track abu ghaith's movements to a luxury hotel in downtown apg a. he hoped to get help from al qaeda's network to move from out country, but the c.i.a. was working with the m.i.t., turkey's national intelligence service, and they arrested abu ghaith a month ago. while in turkish custody, he was interrogated by a u.s.-led multiagency group known as the hi
lila, thanks for that. >>> osama bin laden's son-in-law will remain behind bars in new york city. sulaiman abu ghaith, a former al qaeda spokesman, pleaded not guilty in federal court of -- on charges of conspiring to kill americans. he's already provided important new intelligence about the terror group. no date set for his trial. >>> and former olympic hero oscar pistorius could be facing more legal trouble soon. the lawyer for the family of model reeva steenkamp is considering a civil suit. he shot and killed his model girlfriend in his home on valentine's day. he's been charged with premeditated murder. he says it was an accident. >>> south dakota is the first state with a law to allow teachers to carry guns in classrooms. the bill was signed into law on friday. each district will decide now if their teachers can be armed at school. several other states have laws allowing teachers to carry weapons but none has a law specifically authorizing them to do so. >>> whole foods will become the first national grocery chain to require all genetically modified foods to be labeled as su
the health care law, obamacare. he got his stimulus. and he was just on a roll. and then the house republicans were elected and brought some balance to government, and he has really been frustrated with that. >>steve: sure. you know what his recipe to success is going to be? he's going to do his best to make you guys in the republican party on capitol hill look like nitwits, incompetents and bad guys. he's trying to right now with the sequester. >> he wants to play the role of santa claus where he promises everything to everyone despite the fact that we don't have any money to do that. and we are trying to be responsible. you're right; with the sequester, look, any time you reduce spending, you're going to have an impact. it's going to be an impact in my district. but he has tried to oversell this. and i believe he has purposefully making it as painful as possible instead of cutting waste. he's putting -- he's protecting waste so he can have the pain for workers in programs to make his political point. why doesn't he cut some waste? are we that efficient where there's no waste in t
with a reason to pass bicycling law. according to science, he's completely wrong one study said that driving car produces ten times more co2 emissions than riding a bike. >>> nbc meteorologist bill karins joins us now tracking the weather. another storm. >> the very unpopular -- >> why do you say that? >> who wants to hear about a snowstorm in the march. this morning the snowstorm is going to move across the country over the next 3 1/2, 4 days. it's already on its way. this is just the beginning of this storm, today the worst travel, north dakota and minnesota. and portions of iowa. temperatures are cold enough for snow to accumulate. winter storm watches in northern portions of virginia, including washington, d.c. and baltimore. an updated winter storm warning for the greater chicago area, this is the target zone of this storm as it makes its trek to the east coast. chicago, for all snow. lot more questions about how much snow is going to accumulate. it may mix with rain for coastal areas of virginia. this swath of snow. the white is three to six inches. widespread through minneapolis down thro
'm gretchen carlson. thanks for sharing your friday with us. a top al qaeda spokesperson and the son-in-law of osama bin laden has been captured but guess what? he won't be going to gitmo. he'll be going to new york city today and going to court. should he get the same rights as an american citizen? >>steve: the state department wanted to honor her with the courage award until we reported that she wanted america to burn on 9/11. doesn't anybody over at the state department have google. wait till you hear their response. >>brian: a major classroom controversy. one kid's cupcake. are they threatening. they're threatened over these world world war ii soldies on top of the cupcakes at school. "fox & friends" begins right now. >>steve: i was going to say hello to clayton but look who's on tv now. it's anna kooiman. where are you? >> the world baseball classic is underway and the united states is playing their first game tonight against mexico. we have fans from around the world. let's hear it. watching the big game this morning on 15 flat screens here. we've got over 20 tv's. we're going to be t
saying, that there are no geographic limitations. they also, then, say that the laws of war apply. the laws of war basically mean that you don't get due process. and i can understand that in a battlefield. i'm not for reading miranda rights to people that are shooting at us. if you're an opposing soldier, you shoot at me, we kill you. there is no miranda rights. nears no jury, no trials, no due process. but they say america is the battlefield. that's a huge mistake. and i think most americans would disagree with them if they knew the implications. >> john brennan whose nomination to lead the cia was temporarily blocked by rand's filibuster was confirmed yesterday by a senate vote of 63-34. in fact, both mccain and graham voted to support brennan with graham calling it, quote, a referendum on the drone program, adding that before the filibuster, he had planned on voting no. that infuriated supporters of rand paul who launched an online movement with the hash tag primarygraham. they hammered him for dining in a d.c. restaurant while at the same time paul was questioning the administ
of his second term, including trying to overhaul the nation's guns and immigration laws. meantime, the administration continues to raise alarm bells about the impact from those changes, those spending changes that kicked in last week. the controversy, did they overwarn. why is arne duncan the education secretary telling teachers are laid off only to find out from the washington post that's false. homeland security secretary janet napolitano says some airports are seeing impacts from the spending changes with passengers experiencing delays, she says, because the tsa is cutting back. and ms. napolitano also warns that these things could get worse going forward. and we shall see. and in the middle of all of those warnings that some republicans are trying to remind people, that the administration does have choices when it comes to spending. according to alabama senator jeff sessions, the president's recent golf weekend with tiger woods cost taxpayers more than a million dollars, or enough money to save 341 federal workers from going on furlough. the golfing gathering happened last mon
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for justice on the war on terror. the son-in-law of osama bin laden has been brought here to new york city. he was in a courtroom today, very near ground zero. abc's ron claiborne tells us why and what happened. >> reporter: security was tight this morning for the arrangement -- arrangement of sulaiman abu ghaith. the husband of osama bin laden's daughter. and the first member of the terror mastermind's family to appear in a u.s. civilian court. dressed in blue inmate's clothing, he said little during the proceeding, just yes and no to several questions from the judge. his lawyer entered the "not guilty" plea on his behalf. just before and after the 9/11 attacks, abu ghaith served as an outspoken propagandist for al qaeda. the indictment said he conspired and agreed to kill americans. but the justice department decided to try him in a civilian court rather than send him to guantanamo. if abu ghaith goes on trial, it will be here at the u.s. district courthouse in lower manhattan. that courthouse, less than one mile from here. ground zero. karen greenburg was inside the courtroom. >> when you b
takedown in the war on terror, osama bin laden's son-in-law will appear in a manhattan courtroom today. he was caught in turkey and secretly flown to the u.s. abc's chief investigative correspondent brian ross has been tracking it all. this could be a real intelligence coup. >> reporter: that's what they're saying. the son-in-law will appear to answer charges of conspiracy to kill u.s. citizens. as a top member of his father in law's inner circle. he once wrote, we have the right to kill 4 million americans, 1 million of them children. in the world of al qaeda, he was the guy who married the boss' daughter, which gave him a place of prominence. next to osama bin laden. but sulaiman abu ghaith never took over the family terror business. he became better known as the loud-mouthed son-in-law. the al qaeda spokesman, who proclaimed his delight in this video over the 9/11 attacks on the united states. the cia has been tracking him for years, according to u.s. officials. as he moved from afghanistan to iran and then in january into turkey where he was arrested. based on a u.s. tip. >> once he le
was on this committee, and by the way, in the code of laws which i suppose it will be necessary for you to make, i desire you would remember the ladies, and be more generous and faithful to them than your ancestors, which is an old remarkable statement for a woman to have made in that era. "." >> based on the relationship that we see detailed in the led of letters, would vit been a surprising thing for her to say? >> no, i don't think so at all. as we go back to the kit chen table, i am sure that before he rode off to philadelphia, she filled his ear with a lot of ideas along the way. but john and his response notes that there are several groups of people servant, slaves, et cetera, are also moved during this time to think about their rights and their independence. >> what was her viewpoint on slavery? >> she was opposed to slavery. she had a servant, a black servant who, in fact, had ban slave of her father, and i think she woman had, a was the story. >> phoebe, did she have the right to be free after or continue as servant? i cannot remember. >> abigail cared for her for the rest of her life. >>
cyber crime laws. their efforts to boost security inside the government. dagen: putting a wet blanket over our nation's capital. connell: time for stocks now. good morning, nicole. nicole: good morning. what a day on wall street. obviously, another exciting day for the bulls out there. you are seeing so many stocks in the green. the bank stocks doing very well. the tech heavy nasdaq is pulling back as well. the nasdaq had been down for four days. when i think of hess, i think of names like google. obviously, not a bad day for the bulls. packing onto yesterdays gains. dagen: thank you. connell: the question after the record close for the dow is how long will this rally last. dagen: we are joined by charles payne and elizabeth macdonald. charles is on every day, you, elizabeth, are not. elizabeth, what do you say? liz: this market is retracing the exact same pattern it did in 2011, 2012. he is saying, you know, watch the members of the dow. the fact that aig, citigroup, gm are no longer in the dow really matter to him. private margins will not hit the peak levels they sell in 2011 and 2
. >>> osama bin laden's son-in-law will remain behind bars in new york city. sulaiman abu ghaith pleaded not guilt in federal court of charges of conspireing to kill americans. he's already provided important new intelligence about the terror group. no date set for his trial. >>> and former on limpilympic h oscar pistorius could face a civil suit. he shot and killed his model girlfriend on his home on valentine's day. he's been charged with premeditated murder. he says it was an accident. >>> south dakota is the first state with a law to allow teachers to carry guns in classrooms. each district will decide now if their teachers can be armed at school. several other states allow them to carry weapons. >>> whole foods will become the first national grocery chain to have all gentlemen netly modified foods to be labeled. the labels must be in place within the next five years. the fda says there's no difference between organic and genetically modified foods. >>> while there are no good ways to lose a sporting event, some are worse than others. three seconds left in the basketball game, a play
's right. california's anti paparazzi law is probably the gold standard because you want to have freedom of the press, but you need to balance that against someone's right to privacy and if you're talking about someone who is in their home on or grounds where they believe themselves to be private and you know, you have these telephoto lenses but for you wouldn't be able to see them, i think that's reasonable. if you're sunbathing like kate middleton, the duchess was, you know, there shouldn't be pi pictures of her tatas all over the press. it's inappropriate. >> sunny, you hit the nail on the head with reasonable. that's part of the bill as well. sunny hostin, joe jackson, thank you both. do appreciate it and thank you, everyone, for watching. "around the world" is next. -- captions by vitac -- >>> welcome to "around the world." we begin in venezuela. ♪ one leader dies. people react in two very different ways. venezuelans in kai ra kus publicly mourn the death, but this is the other side. cheers and celebration in the miami suburb of doral. some say they're not netly happ
, but we now recognize the shortfalls. one primary concern is how the law defines "good teachers it peaked and no child of behind's rigorous -- good teachers." nclb changed the rigorous standards. it sounds great in theory, but it meant schools were forced to value and educators credentials over their ability to effectively and successfully teach children. we all want qualified teachers in the classroom, but we must recognize that it cannot recognize simply by degrees and diplomas alone. recognizing antiquated teaching requirements alone are not helping them on this track in bringing promising teachers to the classroom. some have been working on better alternatives. a growing number of states and school districts have started developing new teacher evaluation systems to incorporate student performance data. not only does this data help measure but a teacher success, and also provides educators with the buyout -- the back to analyze and revised methods. i am pleased to welcome one of my fellow hoosier educators and talk about the importance of teacher valuation at the local level. tennessee
. they find it advantageous to process and grow food or it's cheaper in countries where the environmental laws are weaker than they could have an easier time dictating policies. increasingly our foods are being produced in these countries. if you're talking about organics, it is difficult to verify that in the united states that the product is meeting the standard. we can imagine how this is happening in places like china. >> in much of this and other programs online that >> we have allowed a human rights nightmare took her on our watch. in the years since doctor king's death, a system of racial and social control has emerged from the ashes of slavery and jim crow law. a system of mass incarceration that has doctor king turning in his grave. the mass incarceration of poor people of color in the united states is paramount to a new caste system, one that schulz young people to decrepit schools and brand-new high-tech prisons. it is a system that locks people into a permanent status, it is, in my view, the moral equivalent of jim crow. >> booktv's first online book club with michelle
've got to kelly, david, we had an issue in rhode island, we were trying to pass primary seatbelt law two years ago and david came up, and worked with our leadership as again, absolute advantage to get that done. we get past that but the 11th hour, the senator was a little curveball. and it didn't sit well with us or with the david, and they put some laws on the law which expires this june. so what we're doing now is again working with nhtsa and doing everything we possibly can to get that sunset repeals and a very confident that will happen issue. so it won't be in vain, thank you. last but not least, david matsuda is national maritime administration, and was sworn in the maritime administration june of 2010, had been acting maritime administrator since being appointed by president obama in '09. there's that thing. prior to that he served as acting assistant secretary for transportation policy for march '09 until his appointment as deputy. he spent seven years on capitol hill. david, welcome. let's give our panel a welcome. [applause] >> if any you have been around the last couple of day
states remains committed to policies that promote democratic principles, the rule of law and respect for human rights." there is supposed to be, under the constitution of venezuela, another election in 30 days. chavez was only sworn in on january 10th. he was re-elected in october. so, this does reopen the possibility for the opposition, but the designated heir is the vice president and the vice president certainly signaled today that he does not want a better relationship. only today, he expelled two u.s. diplomats, accusing them of spying and also said that the u.s. was responsible for chavez's is cancer. so that tells you that we do have some rough sledding ahead. brian? >> andrea mitchell in the middle east from doha, traveling with the secretary of state tonight. andrea, thanks. >>> and now to the news in this country today, starting with wall street, which today set a new all-time record. the dow jones industrial average rallied 125 points today to finish up at 14,253. that shatters the old record from '07. the blue chip stocks have now made back, in effect, all the losses from
this drone above 400 feet within three miles of an airport violates federal guidelines, possibly even the law. with technology improving and prices dropping, the government worries many more will be taking off. new rules are being considered, but with drones easily available, will those rules be enough to keep our skies safe? david kerley, abc news, washington. >>> and coming up, guess who's back? a big return for princess leia, next. [ lisa ] my name's lisa, and chantix helped me quit. i honestly loved smoking, and i honestly didn't think i would ever quit. [ male announcer ] along with support, chantix is proven to help people quit smoking. it reduces the urge to smoke. it put me at ease that you could smoke on the first week. [ male announcer ] some people had changes in behavior, thinking or mood, hostility, agitation, depressed mood and suicidal thoughts or actions while taking or after stopping chantix. if you notice any of these stop taking chantix and call your doctor right away. tell your doctor about any history of depression or other mental health problems, which could get worse wh
the memorial service. amtrak, caltrain also serving downtown san jose are offering free travel for law enforcement personnel that might be going to the funerals. a memorial has been growing meanwhile outside the santa cruz police department since the officers were killed more than a week ago. this is a live look at the memorial this morning as members of the department prepare to pay their final respects to their two fellow officers. just an outpouring of support there. and, of course, kpix 5 will have live coverage of today's memorial and that starts today at noon. >>> if you are driving in that area later on today you will want to take alternate routes this morning. that's elizabeth. >> there should be delays on highway 17 with rolling closures as this mile-long procession goes between the santa cruz boardwalk and downtown san jose. they are supposed to leave at 8:45 and get there by 11:00. highway 17 to southbound 85, highway 87 and then exiting at julian street. so let's go to our maps to talk about alternates. unfortunately, there is not a gr
'm jon scott. jenna: i'm jenna lee. osama bin laden's son-in-law pleading not guilty to conspiracy to kill americans, this a short time ago in a federal court in lower manhatten blocks from the warl world trade center site. suleiman abu ghaith is not just in osama bin laden's family, he's also al-qaida's spokesman and apparently the top prop grandist. he's appeared in videos and praising the 9/11 attacks and warning of new attacks in the future. we are getting new information on how and when his capture went down. david lee miller is live outside the u.s. district court in new york city. what did we learn about his arrest? >> reporter: we learned more about the timeline. we learned that suleiman abu ghaith has now been in the united states for exactly one week. prosecutors told the judge that he arrived in the united states march 1st at 12:30pm and they also revealed that he was arrested overseas shortly before midnight february 28th. when they give those times, they are speaking about east coast times. further details were not given, no further elaboration about the case against h
employment law project says there's more to it than that. budget cuts will impact funding for state agencies making it tougher for the same group of people to find jobs and have the claims process to get money they are counting on. >> we can expect and understand what their response would be to getting those smaller checks. are we hearing their reaction? >> we talked to one person who is a philadelphia grandmother. she's worked for 30 years. she's been out of work since last march stretching every dollar to make ends meet while she's looking for a job. now she says she's looking at $200 less a month because of these cuts. she says that's not going to be enough to cover the basics anymore. she's so frustrated by these cuts from washington. she feels that this shows congress just not looking out for people like her. >> and are there concerns about the larger impact that these cuts could have on the economy? the recovery is in progress but it's obviously, you know, pretty fragile as well. >> you know, it depends on which economists you asked. we talked to one who said we haven't seen a situatio
that promote democratic principles, the rule of law and respect for human rights, it said. any fresh start won't be helped by the expulsion of two u.s. diplomats in the hours before chavez died. accused of plotting against the government a charge immediately jeekt rejected by the united states. but president obama didn't rise to that provocation. he joined other world leaders in offering his condolences and even said he would like to build a more constructive relationship with venezuela in the future. >> all right. our thanks to you. as everyone knows, chavez certainly had his critics especially in miami. an editorial reads as a national leader, he was an abject failure. many there cheered when they heard chavez had died, but some say they were cheering for venezuela's fresh start. >> it's important to say i'm not happy because chavez died. i'm happy because my country can be free. >> it represents a burden off our back really. i'm not happy he died, but i'm just happy he's out of presidency. >> chavez sought medical treatment in cuba and took on pi dell castro as his mentor. many there consid
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